Remember the Wii U exclusive Lost Reavers? Perhaps you would rather not. Either way, the game’s publisher and developer Bandai Namco will finally be putting it out of its misery on 30th May, by terminating its online services.
If you didn’t download this free-to-play co-op experience when it was originally released on the Wii U eShop in 2016, you probably made the right choice. As promising as the concept was, it was poorly executed and was rather disappointing compared to more notable multiplayer games such as Splatoon. In our review, we said it was a "lifeless" and "bitterly frustrating" experience.
The action-adventure game started life as Project Treasure and was created by the famed Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada along with a team of young developers.
Below are the full details about the closure of the game’s online service, courtesy of the Bandai Namco Twitter account:
Can you believe the online service for this game lasted this long? Did you download and play Lost Reavers when it was first released? Tell us below.